English

Detailed Synonyms for anticipation in English

anticipation:

anticipation [the ~] noun

  1. the anticipation
    the expectation; the prospect; the anticipation; the hope; the outlook
  2. the anticipation
    the pregnancy; the expectation; the wear; the looking forward to; the anticipation; the dress; the outlook; the costume
  3. the anticipation
    – the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future) 1
    the prediction; the anticipation; the prevision
    – the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future) 1
  4. the anticipation
    – something expected (as on the basis of a norm) 1
    the anticipation; the expectancy
    – something expected (as on the basis of a norm) 1
    • anticipation [the ~] noun
      • each of them had their own anticipations1
    • expectancy [the ~] noun
      • an indicator of expectancy in development1
  5. the anticipation
    – an expectation 1
    the anticipation; the expectancy
    – an expectation 1
  6. the anticipation
    – anticipating with confidence of fulfillment 1
    the expectation; the anticipation
    – anticipating with confidence of fulfillment 1

anticipation

  1. anticipation

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Related Definitions for "anticipation":

  1. the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future)1
  2. something expected (as on the basis of a norm)1
    • each of them had their own anticipations1
  3. an expectation1
  4. anticipating with confidence of fulfillment1

anticipation form of anticipate:

to anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)

  1. to anticipate
    to foresee; to anticipate
    • foresee verb (foresees, foresaw, foreseeing)
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
  2. to anticipate
    to expect; to anticipate; to look forward to; to look forward
    • expect verb (expects, expected, expecting)
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
    • look forward to verb (looks forward to, looked forward to, looking forward to)
    • look forward verb (looks forward, looked forward, looking forward)
  3. to anticipate
    to anticipate
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
  4. to anticipate
    – realize beforehand 1
    to anticipate
    – realize beforehand 1
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
      • A good boxer can anticipate the moves of his opponent.2
    to sense
    – become aware of not through the senses but instinctively 1
    • sense verb (senses, sensed, sensing)
      • I sense his hostility1
  5. to anticipate
    – realize beforehand 1
    to anticipate; to foresee; previse; foreknow
    – realize beforehand 1
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
      • A good boxer can anticipate the moves of his opponent.2
    • foresee verb (foresees, foresaw, foreseeing)
      • He could foresee how the chess match would turn out.2
    • previse verb
    • foreknow verb
  6. to anticipate
    – be a forerunner of or occur earlier than 1
    to anticipate
    – be a forerunner of or occur earlier than 1
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
      • This composition anticipates Impressionism1
  7. to anticipate
    – regard something as probable or likely 1
    to expect; to anticipate
    – regard something as probable or likely 1
    • expect verb (expects, expected, expecting)
      • The meteorologists are expecting rain for tomorrow1
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
  8. to anticipate
    – make a prediction about; tell in advance 1
    to anticipate; to call; to predict; to promise; to foretell; prognosticate; forebode
    – make a prediction about; tell in advance 1
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
    • call verb (calls, called, calling)
    • predict verb (predicts, predicted, predicting)
      • The analyst predicted that the stock market would rise.2
    • promise verb (promises, promised, promising)
    • foretell verb (foretells, foretold, foretelling)
      • Everyone thought the old lady could foretell the future.2
    • forebode verb
  9. to anticipate
    – be excited or anxious about 1
    to anticipate; to look for; look to
    – be excited or anxious about 1
  10. to anticipate
    – act in advance of; deal with ahead of time 1
    to counter; to anticipate; to foresee; to forestall
    – act in advance of; deal with ahead of time 1
    • counter verb (counters, countered, countering)
    • anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)
    • foresee verb (foresees, foresaw, foreseeing)
    • forestall verb (forestalls, forestalled, forestalling)

Conjugations for anticipate:

present
  1. anticipate
  2. anticipate
  3. anticipates
  4. anticipate
  5. anticipate
  6. anticipate
simple past
  1. anticipated
  2. anticipated
  3. anticipated
  4. anticipated
  5. anticipated
  6. anticipated
present perfect
  1. have anticipated
  2. have anticipated
  3. has anticipated
  4. have anticipated
  5. have anticipated
  6. have anticipated
past continuous
  1. was anticipating
  2. were anticipating
  3. was anticipating
  4. were anticipating
  5. were anticipating
  6. were anticipating
future
  1. shall anticipate
  2. will anticipate
  3. will anticipate
  4. shall anticipate
  5. will anticipate
  6. will anticipate
continuous present
  1. am anticipating
  2. are anticipating
  3. is anticipating
  4. are anticipating
  5. are anticipating
  6. are anticipating
subjunctive
  1. be anticipated
  2. be anticipated
  3. be anticipated
  4. be anticipated
  5. be anticipated
  6. be anticipated
diverse
  1. anticipate!
  2. let's anticipate!
  3. anticipated
  4. anticipating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

anticipate

  1. anticipate

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Related Definitions for "anticipate":

  1. be a forerunner of or occur earlier than1
    • This composition anticipates Impressionism1
  2. regard something as probable or likely1
  3. realize beforehand1
    • A good boxer can anticipate the moves of his opponent.2
  4. make a prediction about; tell in advance1
  5. be excited or anxious about1
  6. act in advance of; deal with ahead of time1

Related Synonyms for anticipation